Paula Oleska, M.A., started twenty years ago to spread the knowledge of amazing new techniques with gentle but powerful transformational ability. Having built her own successful consulting business around those techniques, she has always been in the forefront of finding the best management practices. Now, she can offer them to you along with the most up-to-date techniques that activate the brain for optimal performance.
She has worked with employees of American Express, Morgan Stanley, Chase Manhattan Bank and Bank of America as well as with numerous consultants, sales people and business owners, helping them improve their financial results and effectiveness on the job. Her work has been referenced in a number of publications, including Newsday, Westchester Business Journal and Long Island Business. She has also done multiple television and radio interviews on brain-based development of emotional intelligence and other ways to maximize brain power. She has recently published a book on improving memory, Memory Moves, and is currently working on a new book dealing with anger management and prevention.
Ms. Oleska serves on the faculties of Baruch College School of Continuing and Professional Studies, Teachers Effectiveness Institute, Chesapeake Beach Seminars as well as the new York Open Center and the Learning Annex. Based on her extensive knowledge of the human brain and its development, she has created a new modality, Brain Upgrade, and used it to design new, proprietary seminars for stress reduction, anger management, communication skills, and, most recently, for improving earning power. Brain Upgrade also yields rapid results in the development of intellectual and creative abilities, behavior modification, work performance and even in sports performance.
Ms. Oleska’s background is in the field of specialized kinesiology, a new discipline studying and utilizing the body-mind connection, which synthesizes ancient Chinese principles with recent western discoveries, especially in neuroscience. Addionally, she has extensively studied many movement and exercise systems, exploring the relationship between movement and brain development. She has also studied psychology, physiology and many spiritual and personal growth modalities.